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What it's like to go through LearningRx 1-on-1 Brain Training

What it's like to go through LearningRx 1-on-1 Brain Training

If you've been contemplating enrolling your student in LearningRx 1-on-1 brain training, we thought it might be helpful to fully explain what the process is like. Here are the 5 basic steps:

1. Schedule a Brain Skills Assessment.

Simply find a LearningRx center near you and set up a time for your student to take the assessment, which takes about an hour.

2. Have your student take the Brain Skills Assessment.

The results will help our team identify which cognitive skills are strong and which are weak. It's how we customized our programs to work on any cognitive weaknesses that are making learning harder than it needs to be.

3. Return to the Center for your consultation.

Typically, a few days after your student takes the Brain Skills Assessment, you'll return to the center and meet with the Director to over the results. (For many families, this consultation provides an "Aha!" moment when everything suddenly makes sense!) You'll see exactly how unique your student's brain skill strengths and weaknesses are, explaining many of their successes and struggles.

4. Begin 1-on-1 brain training.

Using the results of the Brain Skills Assessment, we'll create a tailored program to target those weak skills using intense mental exercises. Your student will work face to face with a LearningRx brain trainer for about an hour a day until the program is complete. Our trainers make each session fun while ensuring the most effective workout possible.

5. Take the final Brain Skills Assessment.

After your student completes his/her 1-on-1 brain training program, we'll conduct a second Brain Skills Assessment. This final assessment lets us measure changes in cognitive performance. It's how we know that, on average, our clients have gained about 15 points in IQ score, "moved up" an average of 30 "places" out of 100 in memory skills, and that struggling readers have gained more than three years in reading skills after about 72 hours of brain training. (These statistics are based on the average before- and after-test results of thousands of clients, without a control group. Your student may experience more or less improvement in IQ score and/or cognitive skills following your student's program.)

Ready to take the first step? Visit www.LearningRx.com to find your nearest center!

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